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HeartChase Gloucester raises $17,000+

HeartChase Gloucester, a giant scavenger hunt, was a great success once again this year. The hunt, which was held on May 16 in and around Gloucester Court House, raised over $17,000 for the American Heart Association and had 30 teams participate. Gloucester’s challenge was first orchestrated in 2014 by resident and county attorney Ted Wilmot, who lost his daughter Kendall two years ago to heart disease; she was only 20 years old. In the photo at above, Team Happy Hearts completes a checkpoint game that was sponsored by the Gloucester High School Drama Club. Below, teams gear up at Game Central near the colonial courthouse for the main event to begin. ...

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